木造密集地域の共同建替えにおけるデザインコードについて [in Japanese] DESIGN CODE SYSTEM FOR REBUILDING AREAS OF DENSE WOODEN STRUCTURES [in Japanese]
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This study describes a method to develop an integral set of design codes by which small areas of dense wooden structures can be rebuilt to prevent wide spread fire caused by an earthquake and to establish a comfortable living environment and human-friendly townscape. In order to avoid problems of scalability and arbitrariness, we examined a methodology to formulate a design codes system, which places common-use alleys in the starting point, based on a psychological analysis, and focused on the syntactic side of the design code system. Prior experiment and application examples verified the effectiveness of a design code system with more efficient consensus building and use of space.
- Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 80(710), 863-872, 2015
Architectural Institute of Japan